Affordable and efficient energy storage is the holy grail of energy technology. To date, a breakthrough chemistry has yet to materialize but scientists are working hard on this challenge. On this program, Maher El-Kady join us to talk about the science and synthesis of graphene based storage devices. Topics: batteries, super capacitors, energy storage, graphene, Mg04, energy storage, graphene, MgO4, super... Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Finally it's done! Enjoy! Song Download (BandCamp): http://www.shadyvox.bandcamp.com/album/dont-mine-at-night Song Download (iTunes): https://itunes.apple.com/album/dont-mine-at-night-single/id866114431 Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JanAnimations Art Blog: http://ask-thecrusaders.tumblr.com/ Ask Jan: http://askthejan.tumblr.com/ ----------------- LYRICS: Got my sword with Sharpness II. Look, that Zombie's got one too! (What?!) Out of bread, what do I do? I'm low on hearts, this is... Topics: Youtube, video, Film & Animation, jan, animations, jananimations, don't, mine, at, night, don't...
Dark matter and dark energy comprise most of the known universe. But, what are the constituents of dark matter and energy? On this program, Dr. Dan Hooper from Fermilab discussed the dark cosmos. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: science, dark matter, physics Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
I know this type of movie sucks but I at least need one thing on here. hopefully I'll get a recording thing for my birthday. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hv7Di6rlXjs Uploader: shinyjiggly Upload date: 2006-10-25 Topics: Youtube, video, Film & Animation, mew, darmewleo, stupid, gif
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, also known as DARPA, has been at the forefront of numerous technological innovations. Yet, their work is often unheralded. On this program, Michael Belfiore discussed this department of mad scientists. Topics: science, DARPA, internet, solar energy, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The theory of evolution proposed by Charles Darwin has served as the basis for modern biological research. But, is evolution at odds with religious beliefs? On this program, Prof. Francisco Ayala from U.C. Irvine discussed Darwin and Religion. favorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: science, darwin, religion, evolution Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
With the rapid advances in genetic technology, the history of the genetic revolution is often forgotten. On this program, James Schwartz discussed the history of the gene from Darwin to DNA. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: science, biology, genetics, DNA, Darwin, evolution, history, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
How can understanding Darwin's theory of natural selection help us feed the planet? Dr. R. Ford Denison joins us to discuss his new book, "Darwinian Agriculture: How Understanding Evolution Can Improve Agriculture." Topics: groks, science, evolution, agriculture, denison
The theory of evolution states that selective pressures result in the survival of the fittest. But, what selective pressures are placed on humans? It turns out that our worst enemy may be ourselves. On this program, Wendy Northcutt discussed the Darwin Awards. In addition, Caltech scientists discussed recent advances in geek fashion. Topics: science, evolution, fashion Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
High blood pressure and hypertension are major health problems, yet in many cases, diet ay be a better treatment than prescription medication. On this program, Marla Heller discussed the DASH diet action plan. Topics: science, diet, nutrition, hypertension, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Electronic storage devices have become ubiquitous in daily life and hold most of our essential information. But, few people backup their data until it's too late. On this show, we explored novel methods of data backup. Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
This was streamed on the 18th as apart of my quest to beat Majora's Mask again, but in three IRL days, to sort of concede with the date that some believe might be the end (probably won't be, but it's fun to pretend). Some of the jokes might not make sense if you aren't participating in SBARGv2 (specifically, on the #Sbargv2_general memo in Pesterchum), but may of the viewers seemed to like my sense of humor, so I thought "why not?" (also, this makes updating Photostuck easier). I... Topics: Youtube, video, Gaming, Majora's Mask, SBARGv2
In this one I did two incomplete runthroughs of the Great Bay Temple before ragequitting. I decided to try again later. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ab1rMhxH_94 Uploader: shinyjiggly Upload date: 2012-12-20 Topics: Youtube, video, Gaming, Majora's Mask
After a couple-hour break, I was able to actually get some progress out of the way. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fgw-XZP8fhw Uploader: shinyjiggly Upload date: 2012-12-20 Topics: Youtube, video, Gaming
WHO’S THE REAL STAR HERE?! AND WHO WILL BE OUTSHINED?! --------- ALSO CURSE THOSE TYPOS!!!! No matter how many times you go over your video, they always manage to sneak their way in lololol they are the bane of my existence lol attention my dear legion. I'm sorry but nobody has permission to repost this on their channel on youtube, even if there's a dub or music remix over it. For those of you actually reading my Youtube description, thank you XD. This is my own interpretation of the fight,... Topics: Youtube, video, Film & Animation, pikminAAA, WalkingMelons, WalkingMelonsAAA, Walking Melons,...
In 1922, two famous men publically debated the nature of time. Albert Einstein was gaining attention for his theory of relativity, the mathematics of which suggested several strange, non-intuitive properties of time. At the same time, the philosopher Henri Bergson was widely known for theorizing that time is intrinsically tied to human consciousness. The debate changed both men’s legacies and continues to shape the way we understand time today. Topics: Albert Einstein, Henri Bergson, time, groks science show, physics, philosophy Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Conspiracy theories surrounding the 9-11 tragedy have taken on a life of their own, divorced from the empirical data. Do these theories have any basis in fact? On this program, James Meigs, editor-in-chief of Popular Mechanics, debunked these conspiracy myths. Topics: science, 9-11, myths Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Deep Blue is the legendary computer that defeated World Chess Champion, Gary Kasparov. However, this victory was not without controversy. In this show, the lead developer of Deep Blue discussed the science and politics of building a super chess computer. Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Is someone spying on you? This talk will present several low-tech ways that you can detect even high-tech surveillance. Topics covered will include: detecting surveillance cameras with your cell phone, signs that you are under physical surveillance, detecting active and passive bugs with low cost devices, and detecting devices implanted inside computers, tablets, and cell phones. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bc7WoDXhcjM Uploader: DEFCONConference Upload date: 2014-08-20 Topics: Youtube, video, Science & Technology, DEF CON (Conference Series), Phil Polstra, Surveillance,...
How much more paranoid are you now than you were four years ago? Warrantless surveillance and large-scale data confiscation have brought fear of the feds filching your files from black helicopter territory into the mainstream. Recent government snatch-and-grabs have run the gamut from remotely imaging foreign servers to straight up domestic coffeeshop muggings, so if you think you might need to discard a lot of data in hurry you're probably right. In their legendary DEF CON 19 presentation... Topics: Youtube, video, Science & Technology, DEF CON (Conference Series), data, data destruction,...
Wizards of OS 3. The Future of the Digital Commons Panel: Free Wireless Networks Dewayne Hendricks, CEO Dandin Group & Open Spectrum Advocate and packet radio Pioneer, Fremont, CA Topics: free software, free content, free infrastructure
A healthy diet and exercise is essential for a long and health life. But, what constitutes a healthy diet? This show featured a discussion of one dieting theory, and an everyday inventor talking about his invention. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Not many laboratories house mice in 3000 pounds of sand, but then not many labs research the burrowing habits of Peromyscus, either. Dr. Hopi Hoekstra joined us to talk about her recent Nature paper on the genetic basis of entrance and exit tunnels in oldfied and deer mice. Topics: Groks Science Show, Hoekstra, Hopi Hoekstra, oldfield mice, deer mice, peromyscus, nature, mice,...
With the digital divide threatening to leave some people behind in the emerging technological world, the need for computer philanthropists is essential. Luckily, devout individuals are working hard to make sure that no one gets left behind in the digital divide. Topic: Science Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Digital technology has revolutionized the modern world, but are there downsides to its influence on our personal lives and culture. On this program, Prof. Mark Bauerlein discussed the digital divide. Topics: science, internet, facebook, social media, technology, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Digital technology has radically changed the landscape of modern life, but what does this mean for those born into this digital era? On this program, Prof. John Palfrey discussed the digital natives. Topics: science, technology, computers, law Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Why do we fall in love? What is it about the circuitry and neurochemistry of the brain that enables this behavior? On this program, Kayt Sukel discussed Dirty Minds. Topics: science, technology, sex, love, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
The periodic table of the elements represents one of the crowning achievements of modern science. More surprising may be the history behind the table and the elements of nature. On this program, Sam Kean discussed the periodic table of the elements. Topics: science, chemistry, periodic table, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast